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[Letter Envelope]
July 2, 1929
Lipsner dovoted
Carried by Park
on Berlin flig[ht]

Cap't. B. B. Lipsner,
4724 Beacon St.,
Chicago, Ill., U. S. A.

My Dear Mrs Junkin:- I was very glad
to receive your anxious wire and some
was answered as soon as I receive
word from Tribune.
"Tribune advises 'untur Bowler expected
at Cape Whaley tonite regards
Signed Captain Lipsner
The above wire was sent in Western Union to you to Packard Rd. without address which I trust you have receive in due time I felt some definite news would come in the morning hour so delayed my answer, the Tribune constantly calls me and keeps me advised as you know my great historical silk flag is the good luck piece carried by the Nutur Bowler crew, I am doubly anxious for Parkers success, which means a great deal.
  May I impose upon you for duplicates of the many photos you had taken on land and air I am preparing an album for a historical record, I am sure there are many interesting pictures you can contribute the Tribune is giving me quite a 
number also - should I receive mail or should you advise me - "just got word that boys arrived O.K. at Cape Whaley"
BB Lipsner
4724 Beacon St- Chicago- July-10-29.

By FORR [?]
By selecting a super-paren[t?]
both the wealthy divorc[?]
Richard Stamm, 7, Suprem[e]
vogel yesterday established
bringing up of children in dis[?]
  Dr. Israel L. Feinberg of 90 Park ave., an expert on child guidance, was the person named to s u p e r v i s e Alfred's upbringing, after the justice had wearied of the bickerings between Mrs. Lillian B. Stamm of 451 West End ave., and her former husband, Alfred L. Stamm, a merchant, over custody of their infant son.

Daddy for a Year.

  It will be Dr. Feinberg's job for one year to direct the education of Alfred Richard. He will select the child's governess and nurse. He will rotate his diet, direct his morals, oversee his manners, choose his toys and games and select his clothing.
  In short, Dr. Feinberg will stand above the divorced Stamms and be responsible only to the court as little Alfred Richard's guide, counseller and parent.
  Moreover, as a further safeguard to the child's "emotional stability and character," Justice Wasservogel instructed the parents to seal their lips in his presence with respect to their differences.
  It was a highly scientific proceeding. Justice Wasservogel acted upon a report from Phillip J. Dunn, a referee appointed last

[Image] [Caption: Justice Isidor Wasservogel]

August, to inquire into the disputes of the Stamms. Dunn held twenty-three hearings, examined thirty-eight witnesses and took 3,000 pages in testimony.

Now With Mother

Referee Dunn's report said there was a "need for many years of...

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It is understood Parlo was the protector and friends of several persons in the underworld, and it is rumored those who have suffered by his death have started an active campaign to avenge his killing.

Seek Eye Witnesses.

The officers are still seeking one of the supposed proprietors of the inn, who has been reported to be "in hiding" in Canada. The police also are still seeking additional eye-witnesses in an endeavor to clear some of the conflicting stories that they have unearthed regarding the details of the slaying.

"Chuck" - Poulin, who [[?]]  

the Nickel Plate railroad, and was the man under whom Walter Ross received his training.
George H. Ross was vice president of the Toledo, St. Louis & Western, the Clover Leaf, in the early days of that railroad. At that time Walter Ross was traffic manager of the road at Toledo. Later George H. Ross became associated with the Western railway, the Minneapolis & St. Louis and the Iowa Central.
Mr. Ross left Toledo 28 years ago and since has made his home in [end]

S Gamble, his companion, arrived here safely at the municipal airport Thursday on a flight from Nome, Alaska, to New York. 

The plane was several hours behind schedule owing to bad weather between St. Paul and Chicago.

Transcription Notes:
Some words on the newspaper are covered so I finished the word in brackets (wor[d]) The upside down newspaper wording starts at "It is understood"

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